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Will the Large Hadron Collider be the future of time travel?

Published on May 26, 2010 by in Transportation


The Large Hadron Collider is the world’s largest particle accelerator. It will hopefully solve the most fundamental questions of physics, and extend our understanding of the laws of nature. The collider is 27 kilometers in circumference, located in Geneva, Switzerland. It is paid for and built by with thousands scientists and engineers from many countries as well as hundreds of universities. The hadron collider may also solve the mysteries of future time travel. The atoms that pass through the 27km long tube are traveling at almost the speed of light. It is said that when you arrive at such a speed time slows down. So if these atoms travel through the collider for a year at the speed of light they could possibly only age 6 months. Will all other atoms on earth age a year. Could this research one day enable future time travel for humans? Many scientist including Steven Hawking think that time travel to the future may be possible with technology. Research has told us that time travel to the past may never be possible. In the videos he explains how their are tiny wormholes all over the place in time and how one day they can be opened. What would you do if you could travel into the future? Watch the video on future time travel below.

 
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